Category: Personal Injury
How long do I have to file a personal injury case?
Most people do not realize that in Pennsylvania, you generally only have two years to file a personal injury case. See 42 Pa. C.S. § 5524(2). This deadline is called the ‘statute of limitations.’ Statutes of limitation vary from state to state and even from one type of case to another. This two-year statute of […]Read More
I was injured at work, can I sue my employer?
In Pennsylvania, you typically cannot sue your employer for your work-related injuries, even if your employer’s negligence caused your injuries. You may be entitled to “workers’ compensation benefits,” however, under the Pennsylvania Workers’ Compensation Act. The Pennsylvania Workers’ Compensation Act was enacted in 1915 and was designed to protect both employees and employers. Under the […]Read More
How much would you charge to handle my case?
At the outset, we offer a free initial consultation to discuss your case and help you determine how to move forward. From there, we will handle your case on a “contingency fee basis,” that means you only pay for our services if we make a financial recovery for you. These recoveries typically come in the […]Read More